Edinburgh Castle Tourism in Scotland
Edinburgh Castle is a fortress of the most formidable in Scotland and has a history of building complex. Edinburgh Castle was first built around 11th century. With around 2000 Castle built over 900 years, a variety of styles and features offered by a Scots Castle is unparalleled. Many survive as part of the rich heritage of the country and are now open to the public, attracts thousands of visitors every year who are fascinated and history are offered by the amazing buildings. Stirling Castle is one of the most important strongholds in Scotland. A long and bloody history is no longer with the Castle plays a major role in the conflict between the United Kingdom and Scotland in the 13th century and 14. The most famous battle of Stirling Castle is undoubtedly the battle of Bannockburn on 24 June 1314. Of Scotland was crowned at Stirling Castle in 1543. And once the Edinburgh Castle is home to the Kings and Queens of Scotland while living in the city. And it’s as comfortable as Holy rood Abbey but offers much greater protection.
All visitors can take a free tour around the Castle where they can see the great Hall which was built in 1511 and the room where the Queen Marie de Guise died in 1560 and his daughter Mary i of Scotland gave birth to James VI in 1566. In addition to guided tours provided by the servant of Edinburgh Castle is no guide audio tours are available in eight languages. Audio Tours take visitors on a tour around the Castle, explaining the architecture, and the history of that dramatic. This guide is available in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan, Russia and the Mandarin. And the most famous of Scotland’s Edinburgh Castle has a history of building complex. The oldest part, St. Margaret Chapel, dating from the 12th century Great Hall, which was founded by James IV circa 1510 Battery Half Moon by Regent Morton in the 16th century; and the Scottish National War Memorial after the First World War. Edinburgh Castle is no doubt one of the most famous structures in Scotland, which dominates Edinburgh over the volcanic Castle Rock.